Things Fall Apart… Sean Tizzle Set To Leave D’Tunes Difference Entertainment, Floats Own Label
The current crisis rocking D’Tunes led Difference Entertainment may have taken a new dimension as the So le crooner, Sean Tizzle is almost formalizing his Tizzle Nation Movement. Though his contract with the label still subsists, it is yet unclear how this will play out.
Weekend Beat gathered Sean Tizzle, does not want to let the cat out at the moment to be able to perfect his exit plans. However, this might not be coming as a surprise to D’Tunes, who already signed five artistes — Q-Dot, Bad Boy Ace, D-O, ATM, and Kue Bounce to the label, while Sean Tizle was away in America against the label’s wish.
According to sources in the know, Sean Tizzle, already gave a pointer to his exit during one of his recent interviews. “The Tizzle Nation has been a movement from day one. At the end of the day, what I have with Difference Entertainment is a contract, some people sign for three, four or five years and after that if you want to move on you move, if you want to stay you stay. So I think the same people should wait for me to decide if I want to move on or stay with the label. But whatever it is, I hope it’s for good,” Tizzle said.
Industry stakeholders said if the ongoing crisis between talented producer and the singer is not well managed, the duo may soon go their separate ways in no distant future as there are strong indications that all is not well.
A close aide of the duo who pleaded anonymity said the strain in both men’s ‘one-time’ perfect relationship began when Sean Tizzle embarked on a US tour earlier in the year without the approval of the label.
“The tour affected the label’s income after shows secured for Sean Tizzle were cancelled and funds returned to event organizers due to his inability to grace the shows. The issue degenerated to a heated argument between them and when Sean Tizzle returned to the country, they were not in good terms for some days before they later made up partially. Another round of argument ensued with Sean Tizzle’s new video, Abeg which was shot in America without any notice or approval of the label,” the aide said.
According to the aide, Sean Tizzle is also not happy that D’Tunes signed five new artistes on the label while he was away, and the development has made him insecure as he rarely associate with the new acts. Though he has vehemently denied a crack in his relationship with D’Tunes in recent interviews, sources say things are not going on well between the duo who lives in the same apartment in Lekki, Lagos.
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